Trucking accidents can be some of the most lethal. These vehicles are much bigger than the average car, and they can cause major injuries when they are involved in accidents. Truck drivers must remain vigilant and pay attention to other cars around them, and other vehicles must use caution when around large trucks.
On June 6, State Police received a report of a vehicle accident involving a tractor-trailer. The information was received around 10 in the morning and occurred on Interstate 93 in Milton. Upon arrival, they found that one other vehicle was involved in the crash that occurred near Exit 11. The other vehicle rolled over and came to a stop on top of the truck.
One individual was injured in the accident, and medical care was administered at the scene. The extent of their injuries is still under review. However, no fatalities were reported.
Injuries and Trucking Accidents
Some accidents that involve large trucks can be deadly. Tractor trailers and semi-trucks can cause fatal accidents, and it is vital for all to use caution when driving near these vehicles. Victims who are injured have a right to seek compensation and assistance so they can get help with their injuries.
As involved members of the community, we want our roads to be safe for all who are on them. We see the consequences of trucking accidents often as we help victims with their cases. At the Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers, we know that accidents can happen to even the safest drivers, so we are also dedicated to helping victims receive assistance so they can move forward with their lives.
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Disclaimer: At our firm, we wish to honor the victims of these tragedies and give general information to the public about accident news. We do not wish to disrespect the parties involved and do not want this information to be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. Do not rely on this information exclusively, and instead seek the help of a trusted attorney moving forward. This post is not intended as a solicitation for business, and we wish a full recovery for anyone injured in the accidents we cover.